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I decided it was probably about time that I brought you another eliquid review. This time, I’ve decided to put Bestcigliquid under scrutiny again. You may recall that I already reviewed another of the flavours from the Bestcigliquid Easy Mix range recently — Biscuit Monster. It wasn’t my favourite of the three flavours I received, I’ll be honest, but I have a slightly different story to tell in my Bestcigliquid Easy Mix Lesley’s Lemon Cheesecake Eliquid Review. I don’t want to give the game away or anything, but it’s much more positive.
I’ve very much still a novice when it comes to making my own eliquid. I prefer it when things are left nice and simple. Like, when a package turns at my door with Bottle A, Bottle B, and clear instructions that states add Bottle B to Bottle A, shake, leave for 15 minutes, and then vape until your heart’s content. If I need to work anything out for myself, there’s a good chance it’ll be left on the shelf for a while until I’m brave enough to try it. Even then, I usually get it wrong.
I am very easily confused by numbers. Whenever I see anything with numbers involved, I usually just look away and ignore it. I didn’t like or understand simple maths when I was at school, and they lost me entirely when they started talking about equations and long division.
“You won’t have a calculator in your pocket all the time,” my teachers stated, time and time again. How wrong they were. You can’t see me right now, but I’m currently shaking my iPhone around in the air, calculator app open for all to see.
So, yeah, numbers … Not good for me.
Bestcigliquid Easy Mix Lesley’s Lemon Cheesecake Eliquid Review
Thankfully, bestciqliquid sent me a package of DIY liquid stuff that was as easy as anything to understand and piece together. It contained a big bottle — Bottle A. It also contained a couple of smaller bottles — Bottle B. Then there was a third empty bottle, a smaller one that Bottle A but a bigger one that Bottle B. That’s to transfer your finished, mixed liquid into. We don’t all want to carry around 100 ml bottles in our bags, you know?
For the record, I received 100 ml of 3 mg eliquid, 70/30 VG/PG.
I went into much greater detail about taking the kits up in my first review, which you can find HERE. I don’t want to repeat myself and bore you lot, do I? You can also check out the video review, in which I make up the last of the three bottles — Pink Lady. You’ll find that HERE. (It was emotional … )
There was only one negative thing that I felt I had to say about the Easy Mix kits — there was no label in the smaller bottle in the kit. I had three different bottles. If they weren’t entirely different colours, I wouldn’t have known which one was which. Luckily, Lesley’s Lemon Cheesecake was much yellower than the other ones, just as you’d expect really.
This one smelt the best out of all three that I received. The lemon tang hits you, but there’s something else to it. It’s got some zing to it. A really good zing. It’s citrusy, but a nice one, not a really acidic one.
I’ll be honest, I was so excited to get started with this flavour once I’d made it up and taken that deep sniff. I seem to have a lot of love for lemon-based vapes recently, but sweet, biscuity, desert ones, not the really fruity ones. I didn’t even think I liked lemon that much. It turns out, in eliquid form, I do.
Taste – Right Away
I’ve tried a lot of different lemon flavours now, and I find that a lot of them taste the same — quite generic, quite blah, you know the drill. There are only a few that have stood out for me — The Rochford Project’s Lemon Lush, which is much more desert-based, and then this one — Lesley’s Lemon Cheesecake by Bestcigliquid. And then there was Sugar Pie Vapes with the Lemon Cookie Dough too, which I actually found a little … spicy?! (Video review HERE, written review to come … )
Lesley’s Lemon Cheesecake is definitely just as tangy and zingy in the taste as it is with the smell, and the inhale is filled with a wonderful, sweet lemon-ness. It rounds off as you get around to the exhale. The tang fades away into a really smooth cake-base, but a biscuity one. Biscuity cake. I guess that’s where the ‘cheesecake’ part in the name comes from really … Not that I want to state the obvious.
It’s got a different taste to The Rochford Project Lemon Lush liquid, in case you were wondering. They are two very different flavours, but two incredibly great flavours. It amazes me how many ways there are to dress up lemon liquid, and on the Bestcigliquid website (Easy Mix section), I also spotted Lesley’s Lemon Tart, Lemon Pie, and Grannies Lemonade, just in case you fancied checking any of those out.
I liked how true to taste Lesley’s Lemon Cheesecake was. It’s pretty close to a genuine lemony-cheesecakey-desert.
Taste – 3 Months Steeped
Just as you would have expected, the flavour intensified with Lesley’s Lemon Cheesecake. I poured some into the little bottle to use immediately, and then left the rest in the big bottle to steep and work its magic. Best decision I ever made, if I’m being entirely honest with you. I’ve never really been into the whole steeping thing before, but after leaving some of these Easy Mix from Bestcigliquid’s to do their thing, I think I might just be a convert. It’s a wonderful surprise when you really enjoy a flavour, give it a break for a few weeks, and then come back to it tasting even better than you remember it tasting the first time around.
Throat Hit & Vapour
Again, just like Biscuit Monster (from the same range), I found that there was plenty of vapour production, and the throat hit was really easy to get along with. This one wasn’t quite as gruff as Biscuit Monster, and, out of the two, this is definitely the one I prefer. It’s got a really nice smoothness to it, and I found myself really enjoying vaping with it, both when I used it right away, and after I’d left it to steep for a couple of months.
Bestcigliquid East Mix Lesley’s Lemon Cheesecake Eliquid Review – Conclusion
I actually really liked this one. It’s really pleasant to vape with, and I think it has a great taste too. A great, true-to-taste, taste. It’s not just another generic lemon cake-style eliquid, but a unique one, with a really pleasant lemony-zing that I really liked. It was consistently nice too, something else I didn’t find in the previous liquid review. I liked this every time I vaped with, not just for short bursts.
How much is this stuff? I should probably check …
£9.98 for 100 ml (doesn’t include nicotine shots). That’s not so bad when you think about it. I pay about a fiver for a 10 ml bottle of sub ohm liquid. Sometimes more, sometimes less, but usually around the £5/6 mark. One thing I can say with absolute certainty is that DIY liquid works out MUCH cheaper.
Would I buy Bestcigliquid Easy Mix Lesley’s Lemon Cheesecake again? I absolutely would. I would also do the same thing that I did with this batch — pour some into the smaller bottle to use right away, and leave the rest to steep. I was actually very impressed with the way the flavour intensified.
Would I recommend Bestcigliquid Easy Mix Lesley’s Lemon Cheesecake to you? Yes, absolutely! This one is a real treat to vape with, and I think it’s got a flavour that would appeal to a lot of people. Zingy and tangy, but sweet, and all in the right order too.
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*Prices & information correct at time of writing.
HONESTY POLICY: These Easy Mix eliquids were sent to me by Bestcigliquid. I did not pay for these products. I was not paid for my review, and I will not be paid for my review. All opinions are mine and in no way influenced by the brand/manufacturer.